Learn the many aspects of Vault software lifecycles and what they mean to your workflows. You'll understand how lifecycle workflows are tightly coupled to security so that whatever you do makes sense from both administrator and user aspects. We'll also touch on other behaviors, such as categories and revisions, to better understand how they tie in with lifecycles.
- Learn how to configure lifecycle definitions with states
- Learn how to use relationship gathering to change lifecycle states for objects that have parents and children
- Learn how to restrict and enable workflows using lifecycle transition actions and security
- Learn how to change revisions by changing states
Ralf Walter has a degree in computer information systems. Before starting his nearly 20-year tenure at Autodesk, Inc., Ralf was a software engineer with AT&T Network Systems, specializing in CAD productivity applications for various systems that included AutoCAD software. At Autodesk, he has been in many development roles for products such as AutoCAD software, AutoCAD Mechanical software, Mechanical Desktop software, Inventor software, Simulation software, and, currently, Vault software. Ralf hopes his first presentation will enlighten and delight those curious about several aspects of Vault software.
Alan Bathgate has a degree in computer Science. Before starting at Autodesk in 2006, Alan has worked as a software engineer with various companies including NCR, Ferranti Infographics, Unisys and Comshare. Alan has been with Autodesk for 8 years working on the Vault Server team as a Principal Engineer. He has worked on various development areas of the Vault Server including ECO Management, Item & BOM Management, Property Management, and Lifecycle Management.